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Mobile Nations Network Movember Funds Raised so far: $6,639 (USD)

MObile Nations Movember Week 2 Update - Let it grow, let it grow, let it grow!

Welcome to our second update. We'll be bringing you these updates every Sunday throughout the month of Movember (formerly known as November) as we grow out our moustaches and raise awareness and funds for prostate cancer research and men's mental health issues.

Our Mobile Nations effort has grown to from around the world taking part and together we have already raised over $6,000 for the cause. We want to end the month with over $10,000 raised, so while we are on track we still need your support! Donations can be made easily over the web. Simply jump over to our page, click on the name of any of the individuals listed as part of the network, and hit the donate button. All funds donated to an individual will pass through to the network total.

We're now 11 days into Movember, which means for most of us our moustaches have sprouted nicely, but are still a long way off from that luxurious full bloom look we seek. Some of us are having more success than others. For myself, my moustache is still looking pretty pathetic, so just yesterday and ate a raw onion to fuel my moustache growth. Watch the video at the link above to see how that all played out.

Keep reading for more on Movember and to see some great moustache photos from the team!

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